Did you remember to use the edge of the palette knife? Mix that Van Dyke with the white with the very edge and just swipe the canvas. We can finally see Bob Ross’ rendition of Waffles after all of these years. He might be missing his facial hair but I am sure this is almost an exact clone of our late painter.
I must be feeling nostalgic from seeing Bob Ross and Richard Simmons growing up and watching old videos of theirs on television. Waffles continues to sit out each portrait as I am experimenting with what else I can include her in. The portrait may seem simple enough but the construction of the props was a refreshing process that has been absent from the portraits. The June monthly will reveal more of what was behind this image as I won’t reveal the secret that is hidden in the portrait and leave it to you to discover in the publication. However I must say I worked for months to get the hair that way.
Keep on returning this month and you will find some new things popping up, perhaps the next project revealed? Perhaps it has already been released but I am sure you will be exited to hear more.
Keep those snow capped mountains looking lovely.